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Captain Condor, Fleetway Files Vol. 3 – North America and Rest of World orders.

“Calling Captain Condor…..” Hibernia is proud to announce the launch of the third collection in ‘The Fleetway Files’ series, ‘Captain Condor’ ! Condor was created by Frank Pepper along with Ron Forbes as Lion’s answer to Dan Dare in Lion […]


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Captain Condor, Fleetway Files Vol. 3 – North America and Rest of World orders.

Captain-Condor-Cover

“Calling Captain Condor…..”

Hibernia is proud to announce the launch of the third collection in ‘The Fleetway Files’ series, ‘Captain Condor’ !

Condor was created by Frank Pepper along with Ron Forbes as Lion’s answer to Dan Dare in Lion No.1 1952.  From 1961 to 1963 Frank Pepper was joined on art duty by legendary British comic artist Brian Lewis,

Lewis was a highly regarded comic artist, Science Fiction novel illustrator and animator whose work appeared throughout the fifties to the seventies.

Hibernia are thrilled to be presenting for the first time Brian Lewis’ complete work on Captain Condor from Lion weekly and bring his brilliant art to a whole new audience!

The Fleetway Files- Captain Condor is a fantastically illustrated brilliantly written Sci- Fi romp.

Captain Condor boldly goes years before Captain Kirk started!

Captain Condor is our largest collection yet, at 120 pages it features not only the three complete Brian Lewis  Condor strips, ‘The Push Button Planet’, ‘The Unseen Invader’ and the Slave Hunters from Outer Space, it also features an introduction by Kelvin Gosnell, an interview with writer Frank Pepper by Andrew Darlington, and high res scans from a page of original Brian Lewis Captain Condor art courtesy of Masters of British Comic Art author, David Roach.

No.3 in the Fleetway Files series
Perfect bound
120 Pages, colour cover B&W internals.
This book is sent from Ireland and all postal charges are charged extra and at cost AT CHECKOUT.  Please allow THREE WEEKS delivery to the UK and Europe, FOUR WEEKS  for US Asia and Africa and SIX WEEKS for Australia, New Zealand and South America.  Delivery is  usually much quicker but delays do happen. Irish orders can be expected with a week.

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